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mmmmKMmrmrsmrtmi tiMiwfW.U'utmmtarem ..irnini nni n-Mm miii imi inntniiniiwniniiiMin 'iriHiii,iimvuu i iniim i ' . inn imr iiMiami, ' ri iniMmnl nininn " - . TERMS- The CAT.EDqj'fUN vjll bo publiahod wookly at $2,00 pcr annunn, or nt $1,50 if paid in, nilvanco. If paymont iannado witliln six mohtha frotn tho timo ot subscrilping it will'bo" rccoived ns ndvnnco pay. No paposfr wfll, bo disoohtinuad Until ,nll nrroarngcs aro paid, icxcopt at tho option oftho puqhshor.' . . rrj Adyortisoments vfr'dl bo tnsortad for Iho ous tomary pricos. Porsoniji aro rcqucsted to atnto tho. number of vvcbUa thoy twjsli. tlioir advortisonionts pubhsliod, othorwujo tltfoy vvill bo insortcd till. for bid and chnrgod accord)ingly. riiE ILOST WtlDEf T Iji E W II I T H M O UN T A IJf 3 A L E.O END OF . by niTtS. S. J. HAf.E. lUoricliidcd. Somo thcro wenf, who' tried to dissundo tlio young husbnnd frjnn, tlio nttompt to.recovcr his brido by forcojns ibjo savagoe,they nverrcd always inurdered thuir pr'fsoners whcn ntlucked. They told him it woiihl bo best to scnd'n messencr to tlio Mohuwk. wlio wolild doubtlcRs, discltum nll Unowlodgo of? itiu violcnco whiuli hnd proba bly boun perpcimtod by somo strngglora from thoir tribe, aiid'nogotiutc fot tlio roloaso or raii- goin of lllO C(l)tllVC. KubcrlVi blorJd (Cliiljtul at tlio snggcstion tlnit di'iH raslitK'Sf u.liglit ucoolornto tlicdoath of liia .wifo; but tlio picgotiatioii for Ijor rausom wnidd ibo uncertniii nnd tho poriod of lier roloaso iniglit 1)0 distant. Ilri lliought tbat shp could uot long Riirvivo in cnpt'dvity; and ho hoped to suipriSio hcr captors un,avares, frco Iicr ad Iicar licr swcct voicopi'6l,i6(inc6 namo as hcr riclivcrcr. As tlio picturc brightcncd beneath his fnncy, ho Btnrted from hi'p seat.'and rushcd out to seo if tlio rtioni'nig lighupiight not bo discovcrcd. ltsoon dawned; nnd tcompletely c(iuippcd, tho Indian, witb his musktct and tomnbavlc,and Robcrt with a t oubl-barroied gim, oword. nnd plonty of ammunition,aijid cach carrying a pack c'ontaining provisious ant,l restorativos lor alary, thoy sot oll on an exnodition franglit inulonbtcdly with moro rcctl perils thaii tho a.Ivontures of nuuiy proiu kn'iL'hts. whoso (locds aro rocotdcu m lnstono lcffonds. nnd cmblazoncd in thc sciilchcons of dcscendants Fanio is truly moro dcpondcnt on fortunnto circumstanccs tbnn grcat aoh'cvements. Wad Robert VVilson livcd in tho dnys of chivalry, his pnnrnpo and constancy wonld liavo bcen tlio themo of pocls and songs of minstrols; now, tho only record of liis name, or oven of his cxistencc, Will no tnis unproiciuuiig&iury. Thc ndventurcrs ontercd tho doop forest, and, gmdcd by tho tracea of tho rcticating' lndians, prcsscd forwnrd, nt first, with all tho spccd they oiild urge. But Mcndowit soon chcckcd his vanid nace. and rctircsented to Robcrt tliat tho two Mohawks wcrc porhaps sconts from n largo party; and that cantion must bo used, or thoy mi"ht nnnwares ho canghtin ainbnsh. Robert'a ii'npatienco would ncvor havo.submittod to this .ctirb could ho by any means havc avoidod it; but ,ns ho could not qtucken tlio pnco ot mcnuowit, Jjo was obhgcd tocontorm to v. Caut ouslv. thcicloro, tlicy jotirncyetl on fhioiioh thc old woods, where a civilizcil being hnd ncvcr bcforo vohuitnrily venturcd. All was silence. snvo whon, at long intervnls, tho cry ot somo solitary bird broko on tho onr with startling shrillness; or, jierhnpp, a rustling ntnong tlic dry branohcs tnntle thc wnudcrerspauso in breathless silonco, till a deer, bounding acrosg thcir pnth, would plungo into tho oppositc thickct; wliilo they lid not duro to scnd a bnllct nlter him, lcst tho rcport of thcir guns should alarin thc cncmy, who rnight cvcn thcn bo lurking closc bcsido thcm. Thcrc was, during tho iiursuit, a fcarful npprchension, an undefinablo horror on tho heart and minu ot Koocrt, tar morc teiriDic tnan tnc gricf ho would havo fult hnd ho known thai fllu ry wns no niore. Tho torturcs sho migbt bo forccd to undergo, linunted his iniagination till cvcry sound sceinod to warn hitn to hastcn to Jjer jrcjiefj nnd tho dclaj's nnd obstruction whifh ,wcro constautly o.ccyrring, mndc his hlood boil .with a fury hc could scnreoly control. His ini fmttcnco grcntly surpriscd ftlendowit, who, with all the philosophic cahnness of a sago, would tako his own timo to cxainino tho traces of thcir ilccing focs, calculatc thc distancc thc' hnd gnin ,cd,and tho probablc timc whcn thoy should pvcr takc thcm. This would liavo bcon soon nccom jilishcd hal tho Mohawks procccdcd strajt fpr ;ward. Jiut, as if anticipntiug pursuit,, thcso Ju ,dians wcro continually prncticing to cltide it. They would oftcn tracc hnck thoir own footstops, liko tho doublings of a fo$; and wlicn following thc courso of a ri ver,trnvel in tho yater,and crosa nnd rc-cross at plnccs which no skill savo thesa .gacity of a red tnan coitld havo discovcrcd. Thcsc aubtlo movcniont.s convinocd Mcndowjt jthat thcro wns no largo body o'f lirdians at hand; .and on tho moro'mg of tho fourth dny ho an jnounced thot'. thoy should soon sco tho captiyc. They wcrc nppronching tho JVIonntains, nnd JVlcndowit wns cagcr to ovcrtnkc thc fndinns before thoy enjcrcd dcfjlo which lcd to thp Notch. By the foot'prlnts thoy asccrtaiucd tliat iMary did not wulk, nobably oould not : and tKobcrt shuddored and clinchcd his gun with a !conyuls)ivo grasp, as nt ench stcp, Jiis cye scarch ed arouud in ovor penelrablo dircction, drcnding ,to mcet a confinnation of his fcars; yot the sight of hcr miuiglod oorpso would scarccly hnve.add od to his hcart's uuoiiv. The wcnthcr,' which ever sincc they lcftTDo ver, nnd, indecd, for somo timo bctore, had qcon cxtrcniely dry, and hot, now suddenly ch'angcd; .nnd they secmcd n-nnsportod to nnpthor rcgion. IThick, black mnsscs of clouds enveloped tho tnountnins, and soon covcrcd tho wholo horizon, aud tho darkncss of night camo dovvn at once. Then tho wind suddenly roso, and nt intcrvals swcpt onwnrd with tho tbrce of a tornado. It roqiiired no effort of tho imngination to fancy that tho old woods wcrc tromliling with tho np prehonsion. of somo tcrriblo calamity. Tio trnnks of tho largcst trees quivered,and their Iqfty hcads woro bent.ajmost to the ground, a? fho 'hnoun taiti winds went sounding Ijy," from a chasm far moro ftvvful thnn the 'Ronccsynllos strnits' "Wo must return,?' said Mcndowit,-pausing. "Wo cannot overtnko thom. The secrct path of Agiocochook, Iendpvvit, .tnust not trcad. "You must," returncd'Rohort,sternly, tnistaking thocauso of his'guidq's rcluctaiicc; ''but you necd not fight. Only show mp. tho Mblmw.ks, and bo tliero twb hundrcd instcad of two, I will ,rcscue Mary,'!" J 1 .4 . . . - ii iinjimUMI I II "-TTT-tllr.r.i.nHfM..l - - ....rM,ar , Ilo was intcrruntod bv n flash of lightnitig.so vivid that, fora momcnt, thc mountatusand thoir rccesscs wcro all royonlcd ; thoir lngti ticads that ronclicd upward to tho hcnvcns ; thoir yawning chnsma and dcep gullics ; tho hngc' rock?; sottio hxod as cnrth'stoununtions,anu oiiicrsapprontiy suspcndod in nlr, rnady tq tbppld on tho hoads of thoso hcnoath; tho.dark lroos, thoir roots nnd fibres twistcd, likc scrpcnts, nmd tho prccipiccs ovcr wuicii inoy wuru uuiMHiiiig, uiiu, uh ii wcro pimg ing for saloty. A tremcndous pecl of thundc follovvcd ; its roar shook tho cnrth, its cchocs roverbratcd through tho pontair wilha denfcnihg noiso: it soomcq to havo rcnt tno clouua, for in n rnomcnt nftor, tho .ram burst m torronts. It wns vnin to nttcmpt nioving forwnrd whilc tho winii nnd raiii ncat so luriously: Kohnrt askc his guido whcrc thoy could shcltpr. Mcndowit poiiltcd to tha. west sidb of t(o mo'untnin, ncar wliich thoy stood, ajul Dcgnn linstily to nscend Kohert followed. Tho path waspcrilousand ro quircd much cautiqn: but tho. lndinn scejne( well acqtinintcd with tho vvay. and casily sur mountcd tho difTicuhies. till ho reachcd a kind of a . . I . 'r .1 - r .1 . i 1 cavcrn in uic skio oi ino prccipico, wnicii tncy uotn cntcrcu in satcty. - Thoy wcro now safe frotn thc peltings of tho siorm, but not Irom its tini'onr. lt sccmctl as tho clcfncnts of nir, firo nnd wnter wcrc allowcc to wrcnk thcir fury on tho shrmking ntul quak ing cni tn. i no iigminnsr cnnt niazcd in ono continucd glnrc; tljo rolling' of tho thundcr, that shook to thcir toundntion, thcso cvcrlnsting Iulls; tho ram. that did not fall in (Irons, but nourcd in lnrgc strcnms frotn tho blnck cloiuls: tho howliiiir ol tno wmd ns it ravcd Irotn tho nnrrow passcs.or fillcd the hollow chnsms: tho froqucnt and loud crash of fallinsr rocks and trces all unitcd to glvo to tho sccuo a suhlimity, which .tho arous cd soul could fccl, but no languago can cvci communicato or descrihc. Amid this wrcck of mattcr, and whatsccmcd as it wcrc, thc crush of worlds, Uobcrt hccdcd not his own dangcr;hc only thought of hisyoung nnd tcndcr brido. At cvcry frcsh burst oftcm pcst, "Oh, whcro is Mnry now?" cntno ovcr his heart till his knccs smoto togcthcr, and largo drops of swcat started on his palo forchcuil Thcn ho would rush to tho nnrrow cntrancc of tho cell with clcnchcd hnnds, and looked ubroad to sco if thcrc wns nny nhatemcnt of tho storm and then, in dcspnir, ho would-seek the further- cst Kloom ot tho cavern, throw liimsolt dovvn on tho damp rock, closo hie cyes, and strugglo to banish all thought troin his nnnd. Thus passcd tho hours till aftor inidnight, whcn, dnring a pauso in tho wmd, a sfrange sound was hcard. It wns not likc n slirick or n cry from nny humnn voico, or tho yell or monn from a wild hcnst; it wns ndocp dismnl sound, an uncnrthly tonc, tbrilhng tno listcncr hkc wnr niiiir call from somo ncrturhcd sinrit. Robcrt stnrtcd. on his fcct. A hright flash of hghtnmg showcd Intn Mcndowit, nsing from his recumbcnt posturc; his hnnds werc falling pow. crless by his sidc, nnd his facc oxprcsscd an in- tcrnal agitation and tcrror which a red tnan raro- lv cxhibits. "It is tho voico of tho Abnmocho," said tho Indian. in a tono that ovidcntly tromhlcd. I havo hcard it oncc bcforo. Ho calls for a vic- tim." "Who is he?" demando1 Robert, unsheathing hifjsword. "Hc is tho enint of tho dark land!" said Mon dowit, shrinking down ns ifto hidc himsclf from . .-. i somc urcatlcu ooicct. jlio ruice ovcr iucso mountnins; ho coincs in tho storm, nnd nond vvhom hc marks for dcstruction can cscapo hiru." Robcrt's wholo soul had hccn so cngrosscd with tho idca of Mnry, nnd how to rescuo hcr, that, scarco n, thought of caro for uny othcr hu mnn bcinjr hnd cntcred his nnnd sinco ho loft Dover. Tho .nppnlling noiso ho hnd just hcnrd, nnd Mendowit's smgular nmnner, now nrouScd his curiosity nnd hc enquired of Mcndowit why iic"wusio movcd nt tho iden of approaching Agiocochook. Mendowit, altcr ncaving a tJcop sign, tnus rc plied: Thcsc rnountains bclons to tho evd spint, Abamocho. This spirit always favors the Mo hawks. It was to mako thcm a path, whcn they wcrc flecing bcforo thc an'owsofTookenchosen, tho grcat sachcm of tho Massachusctts, that ho ront tho rnountains nsundcr. Tho cvil spirit sat on a rock; on tho highest pcak oftho mpuplnin. Ilo beckoncd tlio IMohnwlcs to pnss by, Inymg his hand on his brcast. Thoy oboycd, and went through tho pnss in safcty. But whcn Tbokon choscn would havo followcd,thc evil spirit tlirevv is nrms nbroad, and grcat stoncs anl trccs wcro uirlcd upon tlio warriors, til: nM pcrishcd cxcopt thc chiof. "Tiis was many,many .ttjoons boioro the wlnto mon camc: nut nono oi our warriors iiiuuu vun- turo to 'Agiocochook to hring away thc bones pf the slnin At last my fnthcr wns snclicm, o tno Massachusefts. Ho was a greaf chicf. His tribe wns moro numcrous thnn tho lcavcs of tho . r I 1 summcr torest. . A thousaud warriors iouowcu his steps; bo said ho would bringhack tho bonc3 of his fhthcrs. Hccollcd his young monjho took ipo that I rnight lcarn the paths'of tho woods. 1 was a child thcn: I could not bend a vvarrior's how but thoy went not to fight." ' Mcndowit pauscd ; nnd Robert kncw by tho low ton'cs of his voicc, ng" thc sontonco died nvvny,that recolloctions of other yearspasscd sad ly on jiis mirid. Aftr a fow, tnomenta of dccp silence, he rcsumcd: "VVp camo to Agiocochook. 'Tho storm wns iotul as ydu now hcnr. In this very cavo uty father and 1 passcd tho night. Wo hcard the voico of Abamocho. In tho morning wo saw him scatcd on a rock. I saw it and trciriblcd; but my father would not go. Ilo sopght all tho sccrct 'places; but tho.boncs of otir .fathers had perished. .... " f Wereturncd to our tfibe ; but tho cvil spirit soni a curso upon usi Sickricss, dcstroyed onr young mon. Tho Mohawks scalpcd bur old mon and children. My fathor. fell by their nr-royys-rrl avenged his denth; but I could not pre vont tho dcstruction of our nntion. Thrco times I journcycd to Agiocochook, with tho powows, to oppcasc Abamocho. W'c prayed to tho Ketan wheh nt homo. lt availed riot." Again ho pauscd : fcnd Robert, who hnd hstcn ed with infcnso intercst to his story, enquired whcro tho rcmnnnt of his tribe dwelt now. "Young mnn," said Mendowit, rising with a molancholv but majestic air. whijp tho lightning showcd his tall forrn, and tlio grny locks thnt wayci in tiiiclt masses oycr his yoncrahlo forc noaci; "Young mnn, 1 onco lcd n host moro nu muuua imin ino trccs ot yonucr torest. l was chicf of n mighty nntion now Mdndowit dwclls nlono. Inm thc Instof my'triho.!' As ho cnded no snnk down nnd covcrcd his fnco with his hnnds, Ilobert's lifo hnd bcon a lithpriotis, huua. vcry nujjjiy ono. uq wns naiiuanyot a cjicqrtul tom pcrarnent, nnd had soldom, cvcn in imnginntion ilwelt on tho dark shados of humrm lifo. Ho hnd folt, ns'yduth nnd hcalth aro' prono to fee : P .1.-1. 1 r " ii cariu wcro mauo nuniosoiv tor tno tinnni npss of man, and oxistotico would novcr havo an cntl. A fow hours had tnught him solomu Ics sona ot tno ynnity nntt ctiango pj. ujl crentct things. )Vithput and nroilnd him was ijio dcs troyjng tompcst. daslung to otoms tlio works bt nature; withjn, wns Mcndowit, an inmgc of morn ucsoiauon. Robort sat down: nnd whilo tho nicturo o' human vicisaitudes wcro prescntcd thus vividly rnburnfnl to his mind, mingled with tlio thOught of his own hoart-sickening disappointmcnt, ho wept likc nn infnnt. Tho tenrs ho shed wcro not mcrcly thoso of selfish rcgrot. Ho went tho mis erics to which man is oxposcd, till his mind wns insensih'ly drnwn 'to pondcr on tho sins thnt must nnvo mauo sucn miscnca n ncccssary punisti mctit. And novcr hnd ho hrcnthcd so contritc n prnyer ns now cntno from his soul, hutnhlcd bc fore that Ahnighty Powcr who. only cnn say to tho mourner "puncc!" to tho tcmpcst,.".hcstill!, A swcet cnlm at lengtli Jull on Kobert's tosscd mind: thc cnlm of childliko confidcnco in tho goodhess of God, Hc felt, that oll would finally bo fpund to hnvo becn ordnincd in tncrcy, thnt nll his trinls wcro for tho bcst, nnd he sunk into n nrofound slccp. from which ho did not awake 1 1 1 1 arotised by. Mcnuowit, It was lato in thc morning, thc storm had ccus cd; nnd they snllcd forth to cxamino thc nppcnr nnccs without. An cxhnlntion, nlcosmoKc, aroso from tho dripprmg woods aud wet grounds bc ncath and around thcm, conccaling niost of tho dovastntionstho storm had wrouglit. Tho clouds wcro moving slowly up tho sidcs of tho monn tnin, still cntircly Bhrouding its tnll pcnks ; but they did not wenr tho throutcuing huo of iho.prc coding cvonlng. Tlicy lml dischnrged thcir contcnts, nnd their lightcncd folds wcro now erndunllv mcltinjr and rcady to disncrso before tho rising sun, thotigh his beams had not pcnet rated thcir dark .mnsscs. Tho wind wns cntircly hushcd. nnd not i sound, cxccpt tho monotonous ronr of n distnnt watcrmii, oroitc on tno siiiincss. viiue uoouri was contrnsling tho almost breathless trannuillity ho now gazod upon with tho. wild upronr of tho prccccdins niitht, Mcndowit touched his shoul- dcr; looking around ho buhcld thc featurcs of thc Indian distort, whilc ho gazed and potntcd up ward towards n hugo mountain that ro3o at somo distnnco beloro thom. Abovo its tnll pcnk rc poscd n blnck cloud, nnd it wns tho nppcnrnnco of this cloud which Jpul so ternficu mcndowit, "It is the Abamocho," said hc, m a stipprcscd hollow tonc. And ccrtainly, hy thc aid of a lit tlc imngipntion, it rnight bo likcncd to n humnn lorm of gignntic proportions, riio dnrk fnco drawn against n cloud of a lightcr huo, wnsscen in profilc; n proicction of n cloud from the body, thnt rnight pnss for nn nrm, strctchcd forwnrd a vast distancc; nnd thcn n snnpeicss mnss ot vn por, thnt nn Indian might call n robc, fell down and covcrcd tho snrrounding prccipicc. "Your evd conius," said Uobcrt, hnlf Inughing ns no ulnnccd nlternntciy nt tns guuio nnd tnc cloud, hns'to my thinking a most tnonstrous and cvil lookmtr uoso." "HuKhl!'' said Mendowit, intcrrupting him, Thot pnrt of thc cloud which fonticd tho nrm of tno spmr wns beginning to movo to'.vnrds tno body, nnd it incorpornted with it in such n mnn ner that tho lndinn inieht wcll hc pnrdoncd for tliinkiitff Abamocho had fohicd his arm ou his orenst. Mcndowit hnd hcld bis .brcnlh suspcndcd dur ng tho movomcnt of tho cloud, nnd his dccp voicc ns he omnhntically said, " Abamocho is plcascd ; wo may now go in safcty !" sounded liko tho brcnthing ol a drowning man, whon ho iserf to thc surfiico of tho wnter. Aftcr linstily efrcshing thcmselvcs,thcy dcscended from their ctrcnt, and bognn their progrcss through tho dcfilc. Thc storm hnd oblitcrntod ull traccs of tho Mohnwks, but thcrc wcro no divcrging pnths : thosc who onco cdtcrcd tho pass tn'ust procccd onwnrd. It was now that JRobort bccamo fully scnsihlc of tho dcvastations oftho storm. Their wny was obstructcd with fallon trccs; fragments of rock, dcep gullics nnd ronring wntol-fnlls, pour- mg trom tho sidcs ot the mountain, and swclhng tho Snco, till its stream ncarly floodcd tho wholo vnlloy. Tlicy procccdcd silcntly and cautiously for morc than an hourj whcn Mendo.wit suddenly pauscd, nnd whispering to Robcrt, ''I sccnt tho smoko of a firo," sunk ,on his hands nnd knccs, nnd crcpt. forwnrd softly ns a cnt circumvcnting tns proy. A lcw rods distnnt lay a hugo trce, uprootcil by tho late storm ; Jshcltcred bchind ttiis, itlcndowit lialt rosc, nnd through tho lnter- sticcs of tho roots, cxntnincd ho prospccj: bc- t.oro inm. Ho soon signcd forJRobcrt to ndvancc, who, imitating tho posturo of his guidc, instantly crept forwnrd, nnd at a littlo distancc bcforo thcm hcr leld Mary. She, with tho two Mohawks, Was scatcd boneath a sheltcring rock, whoso projoc tion hnd bcen thoir onlv sheltcr frotn' tho storm. Tho hoight of tho rock did not nllow thein to stnnd upright; but tho Indiaus hnd kindlcd a firo nt qno comcr. and wcro now partnkmg their udo meal. Thcir backs were towards Robert. their faces fronting thcir prisonor, who, wrapjicd in,aacpvcring pf.skins, rcclined ngninst a prpjcc tion pC the precipjce. Jtist iisTlobcrt gnincd his stntion, ono of the Mohnwks wns ofTcring sotpo food to Mnry; she tmcovcrcd hcr fucc, nnd by gcutlc motion refusod the morsc). Hcr chcek wns sq pnlc, nnd hcr wholo-countenanco looked so sunkcn and wo begoue, thnt Robert thought hbr oxpiring. His lenrt nnd brnin secmcd on firo, ns his cycs nnsh? cd nrotind to discover if nny ndvantago mlght he takon oro ho rushcd on tho foe. At that momcnt the Mohawks, uttcring n horrihlo yell, sprang upon their fcct, and ran towards tho Saco. Hc : I I.; i ... ..t -.i--i-r iuouu nia gun ; uut lueiiuowir, soiziug mi nrm, lrcw hirn backwnrds, ut tho samctime cxclaim'- ing, "Thb moimtain ! tho mountain !" Robcrt looked unward. Awful nrecipiccs, to tho hoight of moro than two thousand fcct,-rosc abovo him. Ncar tho highest piniviclc, nnd tho vciy ono ovor which Ahnfnbcho hnd bocn sqntcd, tho cnrth hnd bcon loosencd by tho violcnt rnins. Sotnb slight causo, porhaps tho suddon buistihg of a motmtnin ppriug, hnd givbn motion to tlio mnss; it wns now moving forwnrd, giithcring frcsh 8trcngth from its progrcss, tiprootihg the old trces, ufibedding tho nticlbnt roclifi, nnd nll rolling onwards with n forco and Vclocity wjiicli no numnn tmrricr could qpposo, fio crcatcd might repisti Onoglcnco told Ilobort that Mary must perish thnt ho could not savo her. (D... t ...:n .i: t.i. i in i . iui i viii uiu ivmi iior: - no oxc ailnoil r nm shnking bfF the grnsp of Mcndowit ns thou'irh it i..i i -r.i i ii o . , iiuii ukvu iviuiiui,.iiu rusncci rnwnrilfl lini'.:olmnl. ng, " Mnry ! Mnry in a tono of ngonv. Shr )C uncovcrod her hend, made nn cfi'nrt to riso. nm nrticulntcd, "Robcrt, dcnr Robcrt I" ns ho cnii"ht licr in his nrms, nnd clnsped hcr. to his hbsorirns a motlipr would hcr hiibc. "Oh, Mnry! must wo tho? piust wo dionow?" wcro his ngonizing exprcssions. "Wo must, wo mtist," sho crind, ns sho pnzot lor tnc nrst timo, upwani, on Jho'rblliug.moim tnine. "Why did you como?"' Ilo rcplicd .not, but Iqnning ngninst tho rock Iuussum uui uiubui m ina nenrr, ns lllOUgu hc would scrcen hor Jrptn the dcvonriii'r storm wniic suo, ciingmg nrounn nis nuclc, burst into n pnesion of lcnrs, nnd Inyiii" hcr hpnd upon hie bpsom, sphhed liko nn infiuit. , Ho bowcd liis fnco upon hcr cold, wct chcck, hnd hrcnthcd ono cry lor-mcrcy ; yet cvcn then thcrc wns in tho hcnrts ot both lovcrs; a fec 1112 of hantiinGss. nv joy, in thc thought tlicy should not ho sebnratcd that thoy miglit'dio-togothcr, I ho mnss camc down, tcnrmg nnd criimbling npci swccpmg nu uoiore it. xiio wholo mountnin trcmblcd, nud thc ground shook ns tlioiigh an cnrthqunko wcro pnssing. Tho sun wns dnrk cncd by tho storm of, wnter, stoncs, nnd brnnchcs ot trces, wlucli crushcd nnd sluvcred to ntoms fillcd thc ntmospherc, whilo tho blnst swont by iiuon wriiriwiuii, niiu uic crnsii ntni ronr ol con- vtilsion wcro fur morc nppnlling thnn thc loudcst thundcr! It might hnvo becn onc mmutcortwcntv for ncither of thc lovcrs took notc o''time whcn in tho hush ns ofdenth-likc stdlncss which succccd inu iiiiuiu , uuucri muRoil Ill OlllKl UUtl BnW thnt tho consiiming storm hnd passcd by. It lmd pnsscd, covcnng thc vnlley farthcr than tho cyo could rcach with rnin. Masscs of grnnite, and shivercd trces, nnd mountnins of cnrth werohcan- cu nign nrouuii, uiimg ino ucit ot tho Bnco, nnd cxhibmng nn awful picturo of tho dcsolntina . I ..I ! T O irnciv oi ino nvninncne.- Only ono little spot hnd cscnpcd tho gcncral wrcck, nnd thcrc, snfe ns thouuh slinltcrcd in tlm hollow ot ms nnnd, who noticcs tho fiil of n spnrrow, nnd lockcd in cnch othci-s' nrms, wcro Robcrt nnd Mnry ! Uesido thom stood Men dowit, his gnn firtnly qlcnchcd in his hnnd, nnd his ipnck Inrk eyo rolling nroimd him liko n maniac. Hc had followed Robcrt thoimh hedid not intcnd it prolmbly impcllcd with that fccl ing which tnakes us Inatho to fnco dnncer nlono. nnd thus hnd cscnpcd. Thc two Mohnwks woro doubtlcss crushcd nnd dcsttovcd. for thcv nn- pcnren not ngnin. bhould nny trnvcllcr to tho White Mountains hercnftcr bo nn.xious to nscertnin tho spot whcro thciSvcrs nro supposcd to hnvo stood durinrrthis convulsion of nnturc, ho will find it nenr tho srnnll housc which cscnpcd destruction in nn nvnlnnchc, which occurrcd in thcso mountnins n fow ycars sinco, very similnr to thc onc wo hnvo nttemiilcd to portrny. Thc fcchngs ot thc thrcc uulividunls. so niirac ulonsly prcsorved, cannot bo dcscrihed. Robort and Mary both wcpt for a long time; nnd though Mcndowit did not fhcd tcars. ho prcsorved thnt dccp silcnco which spenks tho awo thnt tho, cx hibition of Almighty powcr nlwavs imnrcssc.q on tho hcnrt oftho child of nnturc. Vhnt n ohnngo tho mountnin cxhibitcil! Whcro tho tnll nino hnd waved. norhnns for tlinn. snnds of ycnrs, wns now n nr.kcd rock. down which n furious torront dnshcd and fontned. As lohertgnznd upon it in wbndcr.thg sunsuddcn-. y broko through tlio clouds, nnd shono on tho summit oftho .mountnin, nnd on thesnrnv oftho wntcr-iati, uiontiing tno rock with nll tho co ors of tho rninhow. Mondbwit saw it, and n smiln insscd ovcr his rigid fcnturcs. "Our honicwnnl inth will bo prospcrous"said hc: nnd so it nrov- cd. Thoy Uiado n litter for Mnryr nnd horo her on it by dnj', nnd hcr hushnnd s'hbltcrcd hcr in nsarms Dy night, till thoy ronched Dover. Robert nnd Mary hvcd Ionjr nnd hnnnilv in thcir dwclling on tho bnnks of tho Cochccho. n nll tho snbsenucnt attacks of tho Indians on Dover, thoy wcro unmolcstcd; nnd their dcvoted nllcction, wliich continucd unnbntcd cvcn to cx- trcme old ngc, was often nscnhcd to tlio dnngers they hnd sjufiorcd and cscnpcd togcthcr. flicnuowit tnougnt iumscll nclilv rownrded for his shnro in tho cxpcdition. Ilo hnd, bcsidcs n now gun, powder and knitc, ooth tho guns of tho Mohnwks, which hb mnnagcd to cnrry to Dover ns trophi'cs of his complcto sncccss jn trnckingtheir pnths. And, morcover, ho onjoyctl till tho dny of his dcnth, tho friendshin of Robcrt nnd Mary. Thoir houso was always his homo, Whcn hq choso to makc it so : nnd whon ho slcpt thnt dcep, pold slcof), which, sooncf or Intor, will closc tho cyes of nll who dwoll beucnth thc sun, theso faithful fricndssaw him laid doceiitly in tho grnvo, and thcir toara foll at tho romcmbrnnco of Ijio. yirtuca nnd lus s,crvices. Stkamiioat Acciuent. A molnnclioly ncoidcnt took placo on tlio Mississippi on tlio 15th. inat. Tho Stoamcr Diilniquo, Cnpt. Sinokor, on hor pnssago from St. Louis tq Qalona, collnpsod, tlio fiuo of licr larlioard boilor, by wliich acoidont.iiccnij.ifoo vcr- sons were drcadfuUy scaldcd, slxlecn of icfwvi arc sirica dcad. lt 15 said that tlio boat was nrococdinsr lonff, undor lior ordinary hond ofBtoam. wliontho oxploaion took placo.. Tlio pilot imtnodiatOly put tho boat nsliore, n- d afioctod a landin". A lottor tlio National Intolliacncor savs: "As soon aa tho noiso of tho oxplosion'had siibsidod, nnd it. wns posfliblo, to jnako thoir wny"o tliq nftor past of tlio bqilor dock, an oxamipatn.m-wns inndo.wlicn itwas foiind thnt tlio wholo hadb6on litorally oloarod of froiclif.arid ovory tliinir that stood 111 tlio wav. Tho unfortunato dook pasaongara wero all lorribly scald- ou,togqtnorwill tlio cooua and sovornl ortho liands. Manv of thcm in thcir arronv. flod to tlio shoro. atiippcd thomsolvos of thoir clotboa,toaring off with incm nincii 01 tho siun. it was sovorai nours oo foro any ol thom diod; and not until a boat, could bu doapntcbod toBloomington,niid rotnrn, ttiatiimd ical assistanco could bo olitninod." EURQPEAN !lNTELLIGENCEt IMPORTANT FROM TERMINATION OF THE SPAIN. CIV1L WAR. Byn Into nrrivnt in Rn a lottcr hns bcon rcooivod, otating that tlio govorn mont Coruo, jvhich had jnat arrivod tliero from Ca diz, broiight intolligcnco oftho capitulatlon ofDon Cnrjos and tho conauqnont tonnination oftho warin Spam. Ho had bopn forccd to aurrondor by.Goner al Daron do Mcr. Our Inst nccofinta inormo.d ps, tliat frcquorit'dpsor tiona froip tho Cnrlist rnnks woro tnking p acp.' At Loridn a thouaand Navarroao wont ovor in a body to tho Qubon's troops; nt Ccrvcrn, 1300 quittod tho Cnrlist rnnkH, and joinod tho Constitutionaliat; at Manrcsa 150 dusortod to tho Cliri'stinos; nV Mblina dol Itoy 300 joinod tho Qtioon's stnndard; and at ov ory othor town wjoro tho opposjng forcea woro brought in contact, aiinilar dbaertions from tho Cnr list uriny took njaco. rrovious to naasin tlm F.hrn f . n ... THE OIIOLERA. Tho accounta from Sicily and Nnploa nro frfght ful. Trado and commorcb aro paratyacd throiigK out Itnly, nnd tho Papnl dominionB aro tformally barricadod, to prcvcnt tho ontranco oftho discaao, which 1a still bcliovod contngious. Tho dcalha at Ralortno on thoJ12th of July, woro At Mnlta, tho numbor of cnacs from,tjiol9th of Juno to tho 3d of July, was 1084, of which CG? diod, nnd 223 .roinnincd undor troatmcnt. Tho numbor of cnsca, dcclarod on tho 3d of July was 110. Many farnilios hadnvithdravvn from tlio capi tn),and shut thomsolves up in thoir country houscs. Among tho clcaths (innounccd at Palermo, ia that of Mr Gardncr, Unitod Statos conaul-gonoral. Tho Sicilinn physicians, inatoad ot facing tho disoaso, botook thcnisolvca to flight. Thorp haa,bcon no rising of tlio populncc, ns roportcd, but tho Jiouecs of Iho rich, who had loft tho city, wcro in many cascs pillagod. Tho mortnlily was by nb, meana confiucd to thc lowor classea, many pf tho nobility and tich lucrchnnts haying porished. Tho discnso was also provailing oxtonaivcly in various parts of tho'East : in tho ports oftho Rod Spa, in Syria, nnd othor places. In Damascus tho dcatlia wero forty or filty por dny. Among tho victims bf tho plnmio at Smyrna, nro tho w:fo nnd son of Rov. Mr. Dwight, American Missioiiary. A lottqr of tho 18th ult., from Naplos, publishcd in thoAngsbury Gnzottc, givos intelligcnco of tjio 10th from Palermo, tp tho effect thnt tho .cliolera was on thc decHno in thnt cityy whoro tho number ofdoaths amotititcd to not moro than 500 por day. Tho numbor hf futnl cnacs had proviously boan 1500 and 1800 daiiy, nnd from tho mlddlo of Juno to tho middlo of July, 19,000 iiuhviduals nltogothor had dicd of tho disoaso. Among tho last v.jclitna to the chnlorn at Nnples was M. do Vignot, tho Sar dinian Amhassador to tho Noapolitnn Court. ELECTION IN ENGLAND. According to tlio Moruing Horald oftho 4th, tho incmbcrs rolurncd to tho now Parliamcnt., aa far ag ascortainod,,aro 234 JMinistcrinlista nud 214-Couscrr vatiyos. This statoment as comparcd with tho Ins parliauiont givcs a gain of47 and a losa of42, loay mg a mnjority of 5 in favor of p"jo Corisorvntivos. " A most hoiridnnd dovnstating calamity has.o.v.or takon tho rosidonts ofSicrrn Loono". Tlio.mortality by ycllow fevor among tlio Europonns .was drodd- ful. lt wns calculatcd thnt 40,000 pcrsans had ncon nctnciccci with it, anu its ravagcs woro frightful than on any formor oecasion. Within tho lo.t thrco wooks, says tho Now-York American, tliero havo dicd in this City 399 childroji. undor fivo ycnrs of ajro., Tho number last wook idcr this ago was 139. m .: Among othcr articles sont in fo tho Mechanics1- Fair, ntUoston, for cxhibition, ia n countorpanoQ.oi oxquiaito worjcmnnsinp, by Afrs John Q,uincy Adnms. This distinguislicd lady has sot n goodox; amplo to hcr scx, nnd it ia 'hopcd thoy will not bc slow to imitato it. ProfcsaprOlivcr of Dartmpnth (Jollego hasboon np pointcd a Profcssor,of thp Modicnl Collcgo at 'Cin- cinnnti, Ohio. ' A Icttor from Toxas s?ays, " tho corn ciop ia tro- mcndous, nnd cotton vcry fiuo. All othcrorops no cordingly." Flour. On Thursday Inst nnw flour was solling in Dotroit from fivo to six dollars. Sovon dollnrs in Clcvoland. It.wns'oxpnctcd, howovcr, that in oithor placo, I10 prico' would bo down in n-fow dnys ns low ns four dollars,. Whcat thronghont Ohioj nnd portions of Michi- gan is solling at75 to 87 couta. Rochester Dem. Tho N. Y. Journal of Commorco sayathat tho fall in tho prico of horso9 jn coiinoxion with tho.ro- vorso in biisinoss hns boon yory groat spans wliich Inst ycar would hnvo brousht fivo or six hundrcd llars now not cpmmnnding moro than half thct monoy. Tho prico ot singlo horsoa mtenuou lor usofid wonri8 from 50 to 125 onch, boing rathorbot- tor than fancy spana, whon comparcd with laatyonr A St. Louis papor" oftho lGth of Auguat says, thoro has boon n sonsiblo improvomcnt in.tho rhnr- kot within tho past wook,and n, r.mch largo.r num bor of country morchanta nro daily tobo1 soon in'our stroots. In monoy nffuirs, wb notico but littlo, if any chango. Tho woather for qovcral wcoks past has boon oxccssivply dry and'warm. Wo havo not had nny rain for' niorp than a month. Thp showora in tho vicinity. havo modoratcd tho hnat.o'f.tho dny vcry much. Iftronsury drnlts nro not spccio, thoy nro nt lcasj;' 1 good substituto for it. Globe. A blacksmith's lcathor opron, soakod ovor rilglit n lamp-oil, is said to bo a good substituto for tripo, ' AmoaLanc, of Indiana, sinco hisd6foathaa cpmo out against Vnn Buron, and saya Van Biirenisrn. onough to hill nny mnn. This, js gbttihg to bo tho gonoral ii' pr,ess'nn. A black woman, a alavo, at Aloxnridria, on Tuos-. day laat, murdorcd lior tvo ' lnfant' cluldron by strangling thcm,,nnd aUomptcil tp cpmmit tho samo crimo upon hor two " pfdor xhildrpp,'-byboau'ng .op, tho faco nnd hond with bripk bnts. ' Tlio Pliiindo'lplna Gazotto t unnpt'lyjca'lls vb.i. towi stoamboatsoatm.c;n..( ' ; ',3 1 iiiu vuiiK-in duhciuu gruuuy irom wunt ot proviaions, tho mon boing for sovorai days rcducod to tho nocoa aity of fdeding on ,boiled viho Jopvcs, whioh thpy swallowedwith thojuico.